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Cytus

Cytus
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS  
PUBLISHER Rayark Inc. 
DEVELOPER Rayark Inc. 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
E What do these ratings mean?
In the distant future, the only sentient beings in the world are robots. They are the last remnant of the human spirit. However, mankind is not dead. Technology exists that is capable of transferring memories to these robots. But with limited space, new memories will gradually overwrite the old. To prevent the emotions in human memories from fading away, the robots resorted to converting the emotions to music, and storing them in a place called Cytus. The robots use these songs to experience human emotion and dream that souls exists in each of them...


CYTUS SCREENSHOTS


08/26/13
Cytus - cytus_005 Cytus - cytus_004 Cytus - cytus_003 Cytus - cytus_002 Cytus - cytus_001



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